Valentine’s Day is always lovely and invokes countless feelings of butterflies in our tummies. However, as we scramble to make last minutes preparations to enjoy and create memories, let’s not forget our adorable kids too.
The cold season is already making its presence felt and its time to start making some extra room in our kids' closets for all those necessary sweaters, coats, and fleece shirts!
If you're a cautious parent and you don't want to forget anything your little one may need this season, your prayers have been answered! We've put together a complete checklist with all the winter essentials you should definitely get this season.
Keep on scrolling and you'll find out what's the best outerwear for kids and how to get durable boots & warm hats, gloves and scarves both for girls and boys, at all ages.
BONUS: Tips on how to dress a child appropriately for the biting cold and how to master layering like a pro included!
PS: And if you're looking for amazing Christmas & Holiday dresses for kids, get inspired with our 2017 Christmas Outfits Guide!
The moment to choose your baby’s first shoes is here. It's a wonderful phase of your life as a parent, but it can also become a hard one. You need to decide what shoes are the best to protect, support , fit well & be comfortable for your baby. And why not, look cute!
Of course, you're after the perfect experience for your baby’s first steps. And for that, you need to pick the right shoes.
Keep on reading & learn which baby shoes are the best for each of your baby’s phase and age: for when he’s in the crib, to crawling, learning to walk, and finally, walking and running around like a little bee!
Should a baby wear shoes?
Does your baby really need shoes? How important are they? This is the most common question asked by parents.
Although getting your baby first pair of shoes could be exciting, don’t hurry to go shopping. Even though baby shoes are important in protecting the baby’s feet, they are not necessary for the early months when the baby is in the crib or the stroller.